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John Clarke

Born: 10-Feb-1942
Birthplace: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Physicist

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Superconducting quantum interference

John Clarke has conducted extensive research into superconductivity (increased electrical conductivity in some metals when chilled to temperatures approaching absolute zero). He has designed super-sensitive magnetometers (devices which measure magnetic fields) called superconducting quantum interference devices (SQUIDs), machines which have practical applications in astronomy, biological and geophysical measurements, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), materials testing, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, and quantum computing.

    University: BA Physics, Cambridge University (1964)
    University: MA Physics, Cambridge University (1968)
    University: PhD Physics, Cambridge University (1968)
    Scholar: Physics, Cambridge University (1968-69)
    Teacher: Physics, University of California at Berkeley (1969-71)
    Professor: Physics, University of California at Berkeley (1971-73)
    Professor: Experimental Physics, University of California at Berkeley (1973-present)

    Hughes Medal 2004
    Guggenheim Fellowship 1977-78
    American Association for the Advancement of Science
    American Physical Society
    Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Materials Sciences Division (1969-present)
    Royal Society
    Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Fellowship (1970-72)

Official Website:
http://www.physics.berkeley.edu/research/faculty/Clarke.html

Author of books:
The SQUID Handbook (2004, two volumes, with Alex Braginski)


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